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regarding Cycle Counting Inventory, I'm fairly familiar ...
but how about a program that doesn't use a calendar? for example, excluding Monthly counts (up to 1x per year) as they will have their own program, but to count Bi-weekly, Weekly and Daily without using a calendar. is that possible? like a self-contained program, executed by the user, that grabs all SKUs from the database at a certain time/date, then breaks into 10 different sub-groups (bi-weekly = 10, weekly = 5, daily = 1) for each of the 10 counting days. the program will know exactly how many SKUs in each subgroup will be run each of the 10 times, with less remaining on the 10th time due to rounding up formula, thus having room to bring in SKUs not counted during previous job runs (miss, skip). then once all 10 jobs/stored procedures are complete, it resets and all SKUs are re-eligible for next count interval (2 weeks). user driven and user out of compliance if days missed. use
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